Event Phone: 646-269-9039
- Jump-Start Their Futures! New York
April 9, 2018
8:30 am - 3:30 pm
with Laurie Ray, MPT, PhD
Seats are limited due to the interactive nature of the course. Register early to secure one and save!
Do you have the right tools to promote successful transition? Transition to adulthood requires multifaceted advanced planning. Jump-Start Their Future! enriches your toolkit by adding multiple tools to assess and address different facets of transition: post-secondary education, work, independent living, school participation, community engagement, and interests & motivations.
Jump-Start Their Futures! will focus on post-secondary transition: from school to community, from student to citizen. Current evidence in post-secondary transition will be presented to inform OT & PT practice: predictors for successful transition, the role of related services in transition planning, data-based decision-making, collaborative interventions, and resources for work skills, independent living, and continued education. This course will provide and discuss tools & resources for assessment, equipment, environmental factors, interventions, communication with team members, and more.
Well-planned transitions not only facilitate uninterrupted progress, but also result in students who are prepared for life after school. This requires collaborative data planning, collection, analysis, and application. We will explore how student data gathered via various tools should shape post-secondary transition, our interventions, and service delivery for students preparing for adult life. Establishment of meaningful, measurable transition goals will also be discussed. Our time together will be filled with small group discussions and activities to apply information immediately.
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This course is just the start of a shared learning experience with Apply EBP’s True Continuing Education Model! Every participant gets an exclusive membership to an online discussion group with speaker and other Apply EBP faculty members.
At the completion of this course, participants will be able to:
1. List 5 key considerations for post-secondary transition
2. Describe the predictors for successful post-secondary transition
3. Develop meaningful, measurable goals for an Individualized Transition Plan
4. Select and apply appropriate assessment tools that are aligned with the post-secondary transition outcomes of youths with disabilities
5. Develop and implement an intervention plan that will address the student’s capacity for post-secondary education, independent living and/or employment
6. Create collaborative, sustainable data collection to monitor the youth’s Transition Plan
- Evidence-based Predictors of Successful Post-Secondary Transition
- Predictors for Success
- Role of Related Services in Transition
- Areas of Transition
- Potential Partners, Community and Individual Resources
- Tools to Assess and Address Individual Interest, Preference, Motivators
- Tools to Assess and Address Participation and Engagement in School and Community
- Participation and Engagement at School
- Extra-curricular Activities
- Community Participation
- Tools to Assess and Address Capacity for Post-Secondary Education
- Competence with Rights and IHE Regulations
- Campus Visits- Access/ Logistics/ IHE Specifics
- Dorm/ Activities of Daily Living
- Establishing Supports & Safety Network
- Tools to Assess and Address Capacity for Work
- Work Exploration/ Site Visits/ Access & Environment
- Work Habits
- Social Skills
- Physical Skills
- Sustaining Employment
- Tools to Assess and Address Capacity for ADLs and Independent Living
- Community Access/ Engagement/ Social Activity
- Recreation/ Physical Activity
- Lifelong Learning
OTs, PTs, COTAs, PTAs, and educators working with middle and high school students
CONTINUING EDUCATION UNITS
This course qualifies for the equivalent of 6 hours of training.
- New York: PTs, PTAs, OTs & COTAs will receive 6 contact hours.
- New Jersey: Apply EBP, LLC is currently applying for approval for 6.0 credits for PTs & PTAs. Note that there is no CEU approval process for OT/COTA.
- Pennsylvania: Apply EBP, LLC is currently applying for approval for 6.0 contact hours for OTs, COTAs, PTs & PTAs
- Connecticut: Note that CT does not require pre-approval of continuing education courses. The content of this course qualifies as continuing education as per DPH OT and PT regulations.
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January Launch Special: $189 – save $50 by registering by January 31, 2018.
Early Bird: $209 – save $30 by registering between February 1-28, 2018
Full Price: $239 – available starting March 1 through April 7, 2018
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